Nadir El Fassi
Nadir was born in Paris. He lived in big cities, from Rabat in Marocco, then Marseille before ending in Toulouse. This lover of urban comfort joined the National Institute of Applied Science in Toulouse where he followed a training to become a generalist engineer with a specialization in optical and material physics.
He had the opportunity to make a 6 months internship in the Physic and Chemistry of Nano-Objects Laboratory in the photoluminescence of semiconductor nanoparticles to measure the temperature of ferromagnetic nanoparticles, in order to create a dispositive able to respond to energetic challenges.
From his experiences, he developed a keen interest for the application of physics in biology and health, so he followed a second master in the Faculty of Technology TU Delft, where he discovered the interface between physics and biology.
Eager to apply what he learned during his (online) semester, he is now accompanying Lucie and Morgan for a 6 months internship to study the coupling between pH and mechanical stress on the yeast-to-hyphae induction on the yeast Candida albicans.